Despite offering a wide array of delicious foods to eat, many people find the GAPS Nutritional Protocol extremely challenging. I’m one of them. After going through the training and protocol herself, Jenn Scribner and a fellow GAPS practitioner teamed up to offer group GAPS coaching to help people stay on the diet with a low … More Guest Heretic Jenn Scribner, GAPS Practitioner and owner of Body Wisdom Nutrition
This week’s Q & A is all about weight and weight loss. Does body type have anything to do with it? Can the order in which you eat your food during your meals make a difference to your hunger satiation? Are enriched products good for you; what do they really contain? What does trauma have … More All About Weight On This Week’s Q & A
It’s a New Year and it’s time to try something new and branch out. The Nutrition Heretic podcast team is working hard behind the scenes to bring you even more awesome guests in the year ahead, as well as a few surprises! On this first Weekly Q & A, Adrienne is thankful for her listeners, … More Weekly Q &A: Have Your Questions Answered!
In the last episode, we discussed Leah McCullough’s miraculous recovery from fibromyalgia. Today we continue our discussion with her strategies to ease into healing even if you can’t get out of bed and external factors you can add to your protocol that will take your healing to the next level. If you’d like more information, … More Cleaning Up Our Body Care; Leah E. McCullough, The Fibro Lady – Part II
Do you really need drastic surgery to fix your pain or are there other factors and alternatives to consider? We also look at statin drugs and what negative affects they may have on users. The truth is that every cell in your body needs cholesterol (there is no such thing as good and bad), especially … More Unnecessary Surgeries; Guest Tudor Pangal Author of Back Pain: How I Got Rid of It After Suffering For 20 Years
Moderation is a term that is often bandied about by people when they no longer understand what to eat. Unfortunately, this approach to eating fails nearly 100% of the time. My grandfather was the first person I had ever hear use the saying. He was born in the West Indies in the late 1800s. To … More The Myth of Moderation
As a former belly dancer, people (both men and women) were always in awe that my husband “allowed me” to “dance for other men.” This is where their belly dance education began. The term ‘belly dance’ is a distortion of the Arabic term raqs al baladi, meaning ‘dance of the people.’ When a dancer named Little … More The Best Pre-Pregnancy Exercise
Let me start by saying that there is no French paradox. Red wine will not unclog your arteries. Plenty of real fats — including the animal fats — minus an abundance of refined sugars will. The French start the day with coffee (no cream or milk usually), yogurt, cheese, pâté, butter and baguette for breakfast. … More How do the French stay so skinny?